A statement released on his website and social media late Friday read, “Jimmy passed away peacefully on the night of September 1st surrounded by his family, friends, music and dogs. He lived his life like a song till the very last breath and will be missed beyond measure by so many.”
I did not think this cart was going to be this amazing!
It was easy for me to assemble, the wheels are incredible and I really like the way the cart can dump its contents with a simple release. If you have a garden, do landscaping, or just need a small cart to haul things around, this is by far the best small wheel barrel/cart money can buy.
QUICK-RELEASE DUMPING & PNEUMATIC TIRES: Our patented quick-release dumping system allows you to unload with ease while the 10-inch pneumatic tires and tight-turning steering make it easy to maneuver over different terrain
STRAIGHT PULL HANDLE: The comfortable, straight pull handle makes hauling heavy loads of landscaping or gardening projects a breeze
600 POUND CAPACITY: Tow all your essentials with this heavy-duty garden cart’s 600-pound capacity and 36″ x 20″ bed
HASSLE-FREE ASSEMBLY: This utility cart’s durable steel frame is easy to assemble while the sturdy poly tub is easy to clean and rust-resistant
YEARS OF QUALITY & INNOVATION: Gorilla Carts are designed for strength and performance to help get your projects done no matter the size, and have fun doing them; this yard cart has a 1-year warranty
Come join Colby Brown on this Norway Photo Workshop Adventure that you will never forget! We will explore one of the most amazing winter photography locations on the planet, Norway’s own Lofoten Islands. Located above the arctic circle, these islands are home to some of the most spectacular seascapes in Europe. Additionally, because of its latitude, you have a greater chance to see the Northern Lights here than most places on the planet. During our 7 day adventure, we will split our focus between the famous town of Reine and the mountainous beaches of Leknes. This will put your right at the heart of some of the most incredible photographic location in the world!
Trip Dates: February 18th – 25th, 2023 Group Size: 10 Difficulty Level: Easy/Moderate
Our photo adventure in the Lofoten Islands will base just outside the town of Leknes for the duration of our workshop. There are multiple daily flights from Oslo to the Leknes Airport (LKN), giving you plenty of options to choose from when it comes to getting to this incredible part of the world. We will be staying in a series of fully renovated Rorbuer cabins that come equipped with not only private bathrooms in each room (with heated floors), but a living room area and full kitchen. It is here that we will make our own meals each night, allowing all participants to not only choose what they wish to eat, but save a little money in the process (eating out in Norway is VERY expensive).
Chasing the northern lights at night
Exploring a series of incredible fjords, beaches, inlets, lakes and mountain scenes
We will spend time photographing a number of the gorgeous red and yellow cabins that line the fjords
The Lofoten Islands are a photographers paradise
One of my favorite places to photograph in the winter.
My friend Mark Potter, finally got his book published! It’s a beautiful heart felt story to read and the photos are just beautiful!
The following text is from Amazon along with the link to order:
Sunrise: A Photographic Journey of Comfort, Healing, and Inspiration Hardcover Author: Mark Potter, 208 pages
“The heartrending story behind Mark Potter’s marvelous photographs gives them a healing and hope-filled force. This book is more than a memorial to his remarkable wife; it lights a path forward for everyone who has experienced the darkest weight of grief and it reminds us to cherish every sunrise.” ––Carl Hiaasen
“With a moonless sky this early morning, it is eerily dark out here, and I can feel the weight of the hot and humid South Florida air. As I head toward the sound of the rolling ocean surf ahead of me, the soft beach sand shifts beneath my feet, making it hard for me to walk while balancing my two cameras and a heavy tripod. Even though I go out like this virtually every morning, it never gets old, and once again I am starting to get excited. I can even feel my breathing increase as I approach the shoreline. These are all welcome signs that I’m fully alive right now and am engaged in what I call “magic time.” It’s that ungodly hour of the day when most normal people are still safely at home, asleep in their comfortable beds––blissfully unaware that they are on the verge of missing out on one of the best lightshows on all of planet earth: The tropical sunrise!” ––Mark Potter
It is the unvarnished truth that all of Mark Potter’s bright and colorful sunrise photographs began from tragedy and grief, and were taken in memory of his wife who died from cancer. But as miracles sometimes have it, the images turned out to be the exact opposite of the way they began. They are upbeat and exciting, but also comforting and calming while capturing the natural world of Florida as it awakens to each new day with not only sunrises, but also seascapes, wildlife, marine life, flora, and fauna.
About the Author Mark Potter is a 41-year veteran of television news and was an on-air correspondent for ABC News, CNN and NBC News. During his career, he traveled extensively and won national awards for his investigative reporting of narcotics trafficking, migrant smuggling and civil rights. Potter now devotes his retirement to photographing the Florida outdoors, turning his cameras toward beautiful sunrises, landscapes, wildlife and sunsets. He is a longtime resident of South Florida.